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Cosmo - Connecting Rooms?

Discussion in 'LV Strip Hotels & Casinos' started by bluerider, May 19, 2013.

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  1. bluerider

    bluerider Low-Roller

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    Heading out for a trip with the boys in a couple weeks. There'll be three of us for the Sun-Mon night and we were thinking about a Cosmo City Room (2 Queens) paired with another single bed suite with terrace. I've stayed in a wraparound and a 1-bedroom in the past and noticed both had doors to connecting rooms, but never saw what rooms were connecting.

    Anyone have any ideas which room types connect to the suites at Cosmo, and how hard it is to land connecting rooms at check-in?

    Having a 2 Queen City Room connected to a 1-Bedroom Suite would be a pretty good set-up for us, with three guys...:beer:
     
  2. Bommen

    Bommen High-Roller

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    Just remember that the 1 bedroom terrace is not a suite or even a premium room if thats what your looking for. The regular terrace room is in fact a little bigger and doesnt feel as cramped. If your looking for a suite the terrace suite (all have fountain view) is very nice and the next step up would be a wraparound if you get a fountain view otherwise i prefer the terrace suite.

    I think your best chance of getting a connecting room is to call them up and ask for it in advance.
     
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